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clinton's 13. there was a president in between. there was george bush's eight. i think the other thing we have to really pay attention to here, richard, is the fact that the president has also made monumental strides of appointments of judges. the only two supreme court nominations he's had, he has apied two women. i think it's terribly unfortunate for us to look at isolated incidents rather than the total picture. >> if he not to pick yellin and goes with summers, you're fine with that? >> i don't have a personal opinion about who he picks. i think it's most important that he picks a person that works well with the overall obama administration and does their very best to advance policies that not only impact the overall american public, but also people of color and women. so whoever is best suited for that job, that is who should be put in that role. >> robert, how does the administration navigate a summers decision if they decide to go that ain wway? >> two things. one, miss yellin is very qualified to be the next fed chair. clearly she is the vice chair and understands the system and v
when you look at putin, george w. bush said he looked into putin's eyes and saw his souls. he look into putin's eyes and see three words, kgb. i think that is true true. on the other hand, the president of the united states does not need to disregard the important relationship with russia. russia is helping us in afghanistan. they have blocked us. what i'm really saying is that putin feels he is acting in the best interests of his country and we have got to act in the best interests of ours. russia is not a friend or an ally but not a country that can be disregarded. i don't think you throw the baby out with the bath water-by-they we had to be tough with putin. >> congressman, thank you. >> jackie, edward snowden's dad preparing to visit him. here is what he said on abc. >> tipts what i would liat this this to be vetted and open court for american people to have the important facts. i see political theater. i was disappointed in the president's press conference. i believe that is driven by his clear understanding that the american people are absolutely unhappy with what they have l
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